Lecturer in Space Engineering

Bristol , City of Bristol (GB)
19 Dec 2017
End of advertisement period
22 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Lecturer in Space Engineering 

Job number   ACAD103067 
Division/School  Academic Faculties 
Contract type  Open ended contract staff 
Working pattern   Full time 
Salary   £36,613 to £47,722 per annum 
Closing date for applications   22-Jan-2018 

Based in the world leading research team in the Civil, Aerospace and Mechanical School of Engineering (CAME) within the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Bristol this is an exciting opportunity to join a strong team to support the growing activities in research orientated towards applications in space. 
The position’s primary affiliation will be to the Department of Aerospace Engineering but the successful applicant may also contribute to teaching across the School. Aerospace Engineering is a leading UK engineering department comprising approximately 35 academic staff, 50 post-doctoral research associates and 150 PhD students.
The University of Bristol has over 40 researchers across different faculties involved in space research. Over the past few years, these have come together to start a University Satellite Programme. To support this, a £100k University of Bristol Satellite Laboratory and ground station facility has recently been opened. The University also hosts the Space Universities Network - a network of 25 universities with 48 members to support space engineering science and engineering higher education staff. 
The successful candidate will conduct research that is related to space related science and technologies and to provide high quality teaching and effective academic administration within the School. The post will be on Pathway 1 (see Section 7) at Lecturer (level b/c). Exceptionally, higher level appointments may be considered, given suitably qualified applicants.
Suitable candidates for the post will have a strong academic and/or industrial background in research related to space science and/or technologies. Preferably, they will have some experience in engineering industry and, ideally, in the space sector. Applicants must demonstrate an excellent knowledge of their research specialism and demonstrate plans to develop research and teaching activities and how this will link to and expand existing activities in the School.
This post is offered on a full time, open ended contract.
It is anticipated that interviews will take place on/around: Early February 2018
Informal enquiries can be made to: Professor Chris Allen or Dr Lucy Berthoud
The University is committed to creating and sustaining a fully inclusive culture.  We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and communities.

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